The Climate Action Network thanks the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for generously supporting this exhibit. ‘Dis/orientating the Early Childhood Sensorium’ has also benefited greatly from Western University’s Faculty of Education and Ryerson University’s Faculty of Community Services and Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation who have supported this project. We thank The London Children’s Museum for graciously hosting this exhibit.
We are grateful to the children, educators, families, students and community partners who have participated in this project. We would like to acknowledge the many researchers involved in the CAN who assisted in the production of this event.
Exhibit Curator: Alex Berry
Exhibit Committee: Alex Berry, Jo Pollitt, Vanessa Wintoneak, Narda Nelson, Denise Hodgins
Exhibit Curatorial Collaborator: Sarah Hennessy
Exhibit Volunteers: Adrienne Bacelar de Castro, Malvika Agarwal, Rocio Raeesi Gujani
Exhibit Digital/Social Media Coverage: Jasmine Singh & Amara Digout
Graphic Design: Federico Airaudo, Alex Berry